Logan Paul Wants to Be Gay, But Just for a Month

Logan Paul just can’t seem to stop doing and saying stupid things. Ever since being harshly (and rightfully) criticized for posing with a recently deceased human body in Japan’s Aokigahara forest (a known location for suicides), Paul has been trying desperately to get back into the public eye. Such as insulting the LGBTQ community by “going gay” for a month.

Since his YouTube account has been suspended, Paul now has his own podcast“Impaulsive.” On the latest episode,  Paul and his co-host Mike Majlak announced that they were going to attempt to complete a new resolution for each month of 2019. January is currently “Sober-Vegan January,” which meant no drinking, no meat, and no dairy.

Next month, they said it would be “Fatal February” where January’s health progress would be obliterated by binging on vodka and eating nothing but rare steaks. This all sounds pretty stupid, but then things took a turn for the truly asinine when Paul and Majlak announced that March was to be “Male-Only March,” where the two of them came up with a goal only someone like Paul could dream up:

“We’re going to attempt to go gay for just one month.”

After Paul suggested that, Majlak added:

“For one month, and then swing, and then go back.”

What do these two dipshits think being gay means? No, seriously, do they even know how it works? You don’t just wake up one morning and say “Well, I think I’m going to try my hand at being gay today, even though I’ve only been physically attracted to women my entire life!” And you definitely don’t say,  “I’m going to pretend to be gay for a month, so I can get more attention on social media!”

These days, you have to be pretty fucking ignorant to still think that being gay is a “choice” or a “lifestyle” that you just decide you want to try out. It’s biology. These two morons are only in their early twenties, so yeah, their frat boy pea brains haven’t fully developed yet, but that’s old enough to know better about how homosexuality works.

Several people have already pointed out to Paul that being gay isn’t something that you can turn on and off at will. Paul made a half-assed apology on Twitter about his “poor choice of words” and offered to discuss it on his next podcast episode.

Some even suggested using his platform to advocate for the LGBTQ community. That’s a nice thought, but frankly, if I were part of any community, I would not want him speaking on my behalf.

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